Huobi Group has reopened eligibility for its influencer connection program called Huobi Global Elites. The initiative is aimed at building some strategic partnerships with the most prominent blockchain influencers, funds, brokerage houses and more. The program will also be open to equity investment houses, proprietary exchanges and wealth management firms. Other entities from the fintech space can also be eligible for the program.
Huobi Reveals Details of the Plan
The program provides a referral bonus of 2 BTC for those introducing Huobi to candidates for Global Elites who are successfully inducted into the program. Marketing and Events Lead Ethan Ng at Huobi released the details of the program at the 2018 Blockchain Pioneers Summit in Singapore last week. He said:
“There is a new crypto elite club in the house. Our Global Elites program is designed from the ground up to create win-win relationships between Huobi and influential members of both the crypto and traditional financial communities.”
He added that Huobi values these strategic relationships, and their 2 BTC referral bonus reflects the sentiment.
What Is the Global Elite Program?
The program not only works as a client referral project but also fuels business collaboration and business networking. It is designed to benefit both the members and Huobi. Ethan noted that all members of the program earn a profit-sharing bonus of 40 percent of the trading fee for the business they bring for Huobi. They are enabled access to Huobi’s market research prior to making it public, get better networking opportunities with each other and other Huobi partners and also collaborate on different business ventures with the company.
The executive added that they had witnessed “quite a bit of activity” in the business opportunity sector, and they have already entered into strategic partnerships with 53 percent of their partners.
The program began in March 2018 and has served members in over 20 countries with a prominent presence in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Russia, United States, United Kingdom, South Korea, Nigeria, Brazil, and Australia. The new inductions are a part of the third phase of the program, which provides economic benefits, resource sharing, as well as support in marketing and promotional activities.